A Pakistani court has extended the protection from arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan until September 12, following terrorism charges against the opposition leader.
Khan was accused of threatening police and a female judge during his speech at a rally last month, leading to the filing of terrorism charges against him.
Khan was given a further chance to submit a response regarding a contempt of court case initiated against him over remarks made about a judge.
The court expressed disappointment at an earlier response submitted by Khan and said it had hoped to conclude the proceedings on Wednesday.
In an article from The Independent, Khan's protection from arrest has been extended through a court order.
The court order shields him from arrest over accusations that he threatened police and a female judge.
According to a police report, Khan in his speech had criticized the inspector-general of Islamabad police and another judge.
Terrorism charges can be levied against anyone accused of threatening a government official or Pakistan's military and security institutions.
In contrast, Al Jazeera reports that Khan was given another chance to submit a "supplementary" response regarding a contempt of court case initiated against him over remarks made about a judge.
The court issued an order terming Khan's submission as "unsatisfactory".
Khan and his legal team were given a further seven days to resubmit their response.
The court expressed disappointment at an earlier response to the allegations submitted by Khan and said it had hoped to conclude the proceedings on Wednesday but could not do so due to the reply that was submitted.
While both articles report on the same case, they emphasise different aspects of the case.
The Independent reports on the extension of Khan's protection from arrest over terrorism charges, whereas Al Jazeera highlights the court's disappointment with the response submitted by Khan regarding remarks made about a judge.